A discontinued EDI document editing and validating application for Microsoft Windows
Liaison EDI Notepad was a free-to-use, native Windows application that helped users manually build, inspect, parse, and validate electronic data interchange documents. Users liked EDI Notepad for a quick and easy way to validate and review EDI test files before deploying to their providers.
EDI Notepad was discontinued after being acquired by OpenText in 2018. While a hosted mirror download of the latest version is available below, we recommend looking at alternatives. It may not work in future OS releases.
Stedi EDI Inspector is a free tool that allows you to view, edit, and debug any X12 EDI File. This tool also allows you to translate EDI into JSON for validation and manipulation.
EDI Translator’s free option is another free tool to parse and translate EDI documents to JSON.
If you are in search of an end-to-end EDI service provider to automate your EDI operations, here is an option:
Radley’s EDI solution increases accuracy and speed and lowers costs by replacing phone calls, emails, and paper-based exchanges. iREDI by Radley EDI is a business transaction automation tool that translates EDI to X12, EDIFACT, and other standards while maintaining trading partner compliance. EDI features include a configurable dashboard, translation, and communication. It also offers automatic real-time updates to help you maintain compliance. In addition, this tool easily integrates with ERP software and other business systems. This solution can be implemented on Windows 2012 R2 with Microsoft IIS or the cloud.
Q: What is the latest version of EDI Notepad?
A: The last version of EDI notepad was 8.1, created in 2014.
Q: Why was EDI Notepad discontinued?
A: EDI Notepad was discontinued after OpenText acquired its parent company, Liaison, in 2018.
Q: Was EDI Notepad free?
A: Yes. A free version of the software was available for download.